Camping: 9 Ways to Transition from Summer to Fall


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transition from summer to fall

9 Ways to Transition from Summer to Fall

As summer is coming to an end, its time to put our bathing suits away and bust out the warmer sleeping bags to prepare for camping in the Fall. With cooler weather, shorter daylight, and more sight seeing, here are 9 ways to transition from Summer to Fall:

Experience warmer climates- Camping in the desert may be too extreme the summer but with the temperature dropping, Spring and Fall are the ultimate seasons to go camping in warmer climates.

Sip hot cocoa-Cooler weather means colder nights and what better way to warm up than with hot cocoa around the campfire!

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A Frequent Backpacker’s Guide to Sleeping on the Trail


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frequent backpackers guide to sleeping on the trail

Has sleeping on the trail always been a challenge for you? Check out the post I wrote for Active.com with 8 tips to sleeping on the trail!

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Packing Eggs for Camping


Not sure what people will think about this idea – I will look forward to your comments. The link below is to an article on how to store eggs for camping.

For more visit:
http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2014/07/store-pre-scrambled-eggs-in-a-bottle-for-no-mess-camping-food/

Easy Hiking Food for Overnight Trips (That’s lightweight too!)


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I’m still staggered by the number of people who say that planning and organising food is the issue that stops them from doing overnight hikes.

There’s really no reason these days for using that excuse and my suspicion is that if you’re still using it, then the real issue isn’t to do with the food, but something else. (Ouch!)

I’ve already done this video on Basic Food for Hiking last year, so here’s a refresher to prove that it can be as easy as a trip to your local supermarket or even hopping online and letting someone else do all the work for you.

Once you’ve mastered the basics of supermarket options, and only if you’re keen, you can worry about dehydrating your own food and getting into the other myriad of options available to you.

1.  The “Let someone else worry about it” option

Ready to go…

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